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Lack of accountability for police violence is Solvable, Chiraag Bains tells Malcolm Gladwell. Here's how.
07/07/2020
Solvable

Lack of accountability for police violence is Solvable, Chiraag Bains tells Malcolm Gladwell. Here's how.

Solvable showcases the world’s most innovative thinkers and their proposed solutions to the world’s most daunting problems. The interviews, conducted by journalists like Malcolm Gladwell and Jacob Weisberg, will launch a dialogue that both acknowledges the complexity of the issues while inspirin...

Have you listened to Malcolm Gladwell's “Talking To Strangers” audiobook yet?“This listens like a tightly orchestrated p...
07/07/2020
23 Books You Need To Listen To For The Full Experience

Have you listened to Malcolm Gladwell's “Talking To Strangers” audiobook yet?

“This listens like a tightly orchestrated podcast and it is a fabulous way to consume this book. Highly recommend.” (via BuzzFeed News)

From Malcolm Gladwell's hybrid audiobook/podcast to Jessica Simpson's memoir with original music — these are the books you really need to listen to.

You might detest bigotry and injustice, but have you done anything to address these problems? There are many reasons we ...
07/06/2020
Episode 10: How to Be a Better Ally — The Happiness Lab

You might detest bigotry and injustice, but have you done anything to address these problems? There are many reasons we stay silent and inactive when we know we should intervene to defend the rights of others. Dr. Laurie Santos looks at the psychology underpinning our reluctance to act and the ways in which we can match our moral beliefs with concrete actions.

You might detest bigotry and injustice, but have you done anything to address these problems? There are many reasons we stay silent and inactive when we know we should intervene to defend the rights of others. We look at the psychology underpinning our reluctance to act and the ways in which we can

Revisionist History is about the overlooked and misunderstood. Usually, Malcolm Gladwell decides for you what belongs in...
07/03/2020

Revisionist History is about the overlooked and misunderstood. Usually, Malcolm Gladwell decides for you what belongs in either of those categories. This time, he runs an idea about how we choose others to lead us by a group of students and lets them decide: http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/rh-powerball-revolution?sid=fb

The media favors dramatic stories, but those stories are often about the exceptions. And such stories perpetuate the “di...
07/03/2020

The media favors dramatic stories, but those stories are often about the exceptions. And such stories perpetuate the “disaster myths” by making bad behavior seem more common than it is.

So, what's the lesson? Join Tim Harford on a new episode of Cautionary Tales: http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/cautionary-tales-village-heroes?sid=fb

The idea of “speaking bitterness,” which came from a Maoist practice, is foundational to both the #MeToo movement and th...
07/02/2020

The idea of “speaking bitterness,” which came from a Maoist practice, is foundational to both the #MeToo movement and the conservative Victims’ Rights movement. But at what cost?

Jill Lepore investigates on The Last Archive: http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/tla-she-said?sid=fb

Pocket Casts
07/01/2020

Pocket Casts

We're featuring Axios Today. Join host Niala Boodhoo in breaking down all the important news in just 10 minutes. Listen to it on Pocket Casts now: https://pca.st/lche37d9

Back To the Future is turning 35 and there's no better way to celebrate than a conversation with Huey Lewis & The News, ...
06/30/2020

Back To the Future is turning 35 and there's no better way to celebrate than a conversation with Huey Lewis & The News, who brought “The Power of Love” to the classic film.

Huey tells Bruce Headlam all about creating the No. 1 hit and shares a quite a few wild stories on a new episode of Broken Record: http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/broken-record-huey-lewis?sid=fb

There are many reasons we stay silent and inactive when we know we should intervene to defend the rights of others. In t...
06/29/2020

There are many reasons we stay silent and inactive when we know we should intervene to defend the rights of others. In the Season 2 finale of the Happiness Lab, Dr. Laurie Santos looks at the psychology underpinning our reluctance to act and the ways in which we can match our moral beliefs with concrete actions. Listen now: http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/happiness-lab-ally?sid=fb

06/28/2020
The Beastie Boys and Spike Jonze | Broken Record (Hosted by Rick Rubin)

ICYMI: Hear Rick Rubin reunite with the Beastie Boys to talk life leading up to the release of “Licensed to Ill,” the origins of “Brass Monkey,” why DJ Double R left the Madonna tour, the infamous bubble machine, and so much more.

It’s been almost 35 years since the Beastie Boys released the all-time classic, “Licensed to Ill.” And while some of the record’s lyrics and antics sound dat...

From COVID-19 lockdowns to military missions to cancer treatment drugs, the question of quantifying a human life is, in ...
06/26/2020

From COVID-19 lockdowns to military missions to cancer treatment drugs, the question of quantifying a human life is, in fact, being weighed by society. Tim Harford examines the world of “micromorts” and “QALYs” on a new episode of Cautionary Tales to find out how: http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/ct-spreadsheet-life-death?sid=fb

An escape from war-torn Germany. Lavish dinners with Hollywood royalty. A Swedish baron and a dime-store heiress: Malcol...
06/25/2020

An escape from war-torn Germany. Lavish dinners with Hollywood royalty. A Swedish baron and a dime-store heiress: Malcolm Gladwell explores the long journey of a Vincent van Gogh still life and what it says about the real value of the things we treasure on a new episode of Revisionist History. http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/rh-carnations?sid=fb

Today's episode of the Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos is dedicated to understanding how our tendency towards “us v...
06/22/2020

Today's episode of the Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos is dedicated to understanding how our tendency towards “us versus them” thinking can fuel hatred and racist violence — and how we might be able to intervene psychologically to curb some parts of these often lethal downward cycles: http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/happiness-lab-war-kindness?sid=fb

Axios Today, hosted by Niala Boodhoo, takes the Axios newsletter experience to audio! Check it out and get smarter, fast...
06/22/2020
Axios Today podcast: Looking ahead at Trump vs. Biden

Axios Today, hosted by Niala Boodhoo, takes the Axios newsletter experience to audio! Check it out and get smarter, faster in just 10 minutes with the very first episode:

We look at what's next for both campaigns — and talk the new stock market traders and Axios' Oval Office interview.

Malcolm Gladwell
06/21/2020

Malcolm Gladwell

Tune in live on Monday at 4pm ET to watch me chat with Simon Doonan about the first episode of Revisionist History Season 5, Andy Warhol, and more — plus we'll answer your questions.

Summer is here, but COVID-19 isn't going away anytime soon. So, how do we adapt our lives? Epidemiologist Julia Marcus t...
06/19/2020

Summer is here, but COVID-19 isn't going away anytime soon. So, how do we adapt our lives? Epidemiologist Julia Marcus tells Noah R. Feldman she proposes a harm reduction perspective rather than abstinence-only messaging. Hear her explain on Deep Background: http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/db-julia-marcus?sid=fb

When Jill Lepore started research for the latest episode of the Last Archive, she was investigating the 1950s polio epid...
06/18/2020

When Jill Lepore started research for the latest episode of the Last Archive, she was investigating the 1950s polio epidemic and the mechanism by which people had come to be suspicious of vaccines.

In the age of COVID-19, it has only become more relevant: http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/tla-cell-strain?sid=fb

Revisionist History returns for Season 5 on Thursday! But first, the winner of our fan-favorite vote — The King of Tears...
06/16/2020

Revisionist History returns for Season 5 on Thursday! But first, the winner of our fan-favorite vote — The King of Tears — complete with a few great stories that never made the episode after they may or may not have gotten cut by Malcolm Gladwell's editor, Julia: http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/revisionist-revisited-tears?sid=fb

06/16/2020
Axios

A 10-minute morning news briefing to start your day smart. From Pushkin Industries and Axios. Subscribe now and stay tuned for the first episode next week!

🎧 Our new Axios Today podcast, hosted by Niala Boodhoo, gets you smarter, faster in just 10 minutes on the latest news and trends.

Check it out: axios.com/podcasts

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Pushkin Industries

Co-founded by Malcolm Gladwell and Jacob Weisberg, Pushkin Industries is spreading the joy of podcasting, one episode at a time. Pushkin makes a number of shows, including Against The Rules, a podcast hosted by journalist and bestselling author Michael Lewis, who takes a searing look at what’s happened to fairness—in financial markets, newsrooms, basketball games, courts of law, and more. And he asks what’s happening to a world where everyone loves to hate the referee. Pushkin also produces Broken Record, from Rick Rubin, Malcolm Gladwell, and Bruce Headlam, a show where musicians you love talk about their life, inspiration, and craft. We also feature Revisionist History, Malcolm Gladwell's journey through the overlooked and the misunderstood. Every episode re-examines something from the past—an event, a person, an idea, even a song—and asks whether we got it right the first time. Follow us on Twitter & Instagram @PushkinPods and learn more about us at www.pushkin.fm

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Thank you all for helping me convince my husband that his happiness skills could use brushing up. It's easing tension in our marriage during a really difficult time, and Dr. Santos is providing an unknowable public service, as are all of you bringing the podcast to us. Thank you _so much_.
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2626822567600353&id=100008179056950 A little video clip I put together for the world in this crucial time and God bless you all and your families.
What happened to Making a Killing? It seems to have been "disappeared"
Has Making a Killing been pulled from Luminary? I cannot find it
After having listened to most of the material of 4 seasons of Revisionist History I wondered why there are hardly any female protagonists. I see this as a major flaw in the podcast which increasingly started to annoy me. It feels as if Malcolm Gladwell would not have found stories concerning women worth revising. He must be joking, right?
Hello Happiness Lab, I have discovered your podcast due to my love of the work of Mr. Gladwell. I have a story/subject that you might be interested in. I am a non-smoker that was diagnosed with Stage 4 Lung Cancer on September 19, 2019. I have lived a healthy, very active life. Now at 61 years old, the path of my life has changed forever. I am treatable and not curable, so my doctors say. After the first few days of shock simmered down, I got into action to tackle this beast head on. A peek at stand.twohundred.com will give you a sense of how I am approaching my diagnosis. I’m sure that I am not alone in how I am choosing to live with the unwelcome guest that has taken up residence in my body. This topic might be of great interest.
Are you aware of the most scandalous book in Russian literature - "Secret Journal 1836-1837" by A. S. Pushkin. This literary masterpiece is published in 25 countries, staged in Paris etc. see: mipco.com/win/pushLP.html The famous Russian poet and writer Alexander Pushkin (1799-1837), fatally wounded in a duel by his brother-in-law and rival, left a secret, ciphered journal, which was discovered and smuggled out of the USSR in 1976 by the Russian author Mikhail Armalinsky. There has been a lot of speculation and mystery surrounding this journal. According to legend, Pushkin's will stipulated that the journal not be published until 100 years after his death. Some people claimed that the Journal never existed at all. The Journal does exist and consists of explicit confessions about intimate relationships that Pushkin had with his wife, her two sisters, and other women, which brought him to his tragic end. These astonishing events and reflections reveal unknown details of Pushkin's life - the life of a nineteenth century Russian Don Juan. Read it and you will be in pleasant shock.
Hi! Just trying to download the 'Talking to Strangers' audiobook and I'm not having much luck. Is it because Australia has a different release date? Thank you!
Educational inequity is #Solvable. On this new episode, Anne Applebaum talks to Study Hall Educational Foundation's Dr. Urvashi Sahni, social entrepreneur, women rights activist and educationist, about redefining education and curricula. Listen Apple Podcasts: apple.co/2nOZTxe. Rockefeller Foundation
Happy #InternationalPodcastDay!🎧 Celebrate by listening to #RevisionistHistory, and Pushkin's other shows, in Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/2LOJaYKijiwNefCvzczyib?si=C-GC6po5QOepWhzfgJDyfg
Did you hear? #BrokenRecordPod is back on Oct. 1! Rick Rubin, Malcolm Gladwell and Bruce Headlam will chat with musicians like Tylerthecreator, Yola, André 3000, Wyclef Jean & The xx. Plus, our producer Justin Richmond takes on hosting duties. Subscribe in Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2l6CaqY